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Places of Interest

Book a short country break at our luxury cottage accommodation and visit historic houses and beautiful countryside

Hever Castle

Experience 700 years of history at the romantic double-moated 13th century castle once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII and Mother of Elizabeth I.

A wonderful family day out .7 mins drive 

Visit the website here 

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Penshurst Place 

The ancestral home of the Sidney family, and the birthplace of the great Elizabethan poet, courtier and soldier, Sir Philip Sidney. The original medieval house is one of the most complete surviving examples of 14th-century domestic architecture in England. Part of the house and its gardens are open for public viewing.

12 mins drive.

Visit the website here 

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National Trust Trails

Oak House Farm is situated a  short walk from the vast expanse of  historic Toys Hill National Trust land with its huge network of stunning walks and trails.  NT Chartwell and Emmetts lie at the centre of this beautiful area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Both are just a short drive and make for wonderful walks with far reaching views of ancient Kent  woodland and open country. 

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Kent Downs AONB

The North Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in which Oak House Farm is proud to be situated, offers a wealth of events and activities, views, picturesque villages, historic features and country parks waiting to be explored. 

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Chartwell had been the much loved home of the Churchill family since 1922 - a treasured private country recluse for a very public man. Now a National Trust property. The extensive gardens and grounds make it a  great day out for the whole family.

5 mins drive or 1 1/4 hr walk cross country. 

 Visit the website Here 


Knole Park

15th Century Knole House, a NT attraction, is situated within Knole Park, a 1,000-acre park located in central Sevenoaks, West Kent. The house ranks in the top five of England's largest houses, occupying a total of four acres. A fascinating family day out to visit the house and also to enjoy a walk around the beautiful deer park.

15 mins drive.

Visit the website here 


Eden Valley Museum

The fascinating Eden Valley Museum brings the history of the local area to life through the stories of its people, buildings and environment.   Located in an atmospheric medieval farmhouse in the heart of Edenbridge it is well worth a visit especially if looking for nearby indoor activities.

7 mins drive away.  

Visit the website here 


Hever Summer Festival

The Hever Summer Festival Theatre is a beautiful open air venue set in the regal gardens of Hever Castle.  It has a fully covered stage with tiered seating, mostly under cover, showcasing a wide selection of popular music acts, operas, Gilbert and Sullivan, shows and films for all the family.. 

Visit the website here 

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